Vitality Juice Drinks – ‘Wake-up Call’
Here’s a combination of quick- and slow-release energy, essential nutrients, protein, andthat is a great early-morning starter or a before-sport booster for your vitality.
Most women I know think peanut butter is one of the greatest sins, as it must be fattening. This is far from the truth. Peanut butter helps in any weight-loss plan as it provides slow-release energies which prevent a fall in blood sugar and a craving for sweet things. Furthermore, because peanuts are broken down very slowly into energy-giving sugars, theand peanut butter help protect against adult-onset diabetes.
2 eating apples
1 heaped tbsp smooth peanut butter
150ml or 5fl oz crème fraiche
1 tsp cinnamon
1. Wash, core, and quarter the apples and pear.
2. Peel the bananas.
3. Put the apples and pear through a.
4. Put the juice, peanut butter, crème fraiche, andinto a liquidizer and whizz.
5. Serve with the cinnamon sprinkled on top.
It’s the protein and plant lignins in the peanuts that provide slow-release energy and help reduce cholesterol and insulin levels. Add the banana for more slow-release energy and lots of potassium to prevent cramp during exercise, and you’ve got the basis of this great vitality drink.
The rest of the fruit provides vitamin C and soluble fibre, while the crème fraiche gives you even more calcium and B vitamins. A delicious feast of nutrients.